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Frieze Art Fair and Frieze Masters return to London with hundreds of galleries offering thousands of exhibits and events this week. Where to start? Here are ten.
Any work of art involves an element of risk, but some artists take things one step further and relinquish all control. Turner Contemporary embraces the risk with an exhibition featuring Alÿs, ORLAN and more, says Kirstie Brewer.
Tate St Ives has organised a special exhibition bringing together a selection of Terry Frost's most significant paintings with collages and sculpture at Newlyn Art Gallery and The Exchange.
Dutch master's 17th century selfie, bought by wartime socialite for £771, moves from Surrey to The Hague for Golden Age show
Frans van Mieris, who was only eclipsed by Rembrandt in the production and variety of his self-portraits during the 17th century, created an ancient selfie.
With the autumn/winter exhibition season here, Culture24 picks the best Scottish exhibitions of 2015 to catch between now and Christmas.
Portraying the Poor and Industrious in the Age of Waterloo, at Horsham Museum and Art Gallery, shows how in today's age of Benefits Street, our fascination with the poor is nothing new.
The London painter's extensive and influential time in Normandy is explored in a major new show at Pallant House in Chichester.
Royal Palace of Madrid lends throne room Goya paintings to "outstanding" National Gallery exhibition
A pair of rarely-lent paintings, created in 1799 and held at the Patrimonio Nacional, will leave Spain for only the second time to join the National Gallery’s landmark Goya exhibition.
The First Prize of £8,000 in the Jerwood Drawing Prize 2015 has gone to Tom Harrison for a delicate pencil drawing showing a high rise view of Singapore.